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. this week, president obama ordered the justice department to stop defending the federal law that bans the recognition of same-sex marriage across state lines. how is that going over with two of the biggest constituencies that got him elected? we will find out. also, have you heard about the muslim brotherhood being involved in the middle east uprisings? is this group also infiltrating the united states. and one is a drammy winning christian contemporary and gospel music star. the other a hard rocker. and former guitarist for the metal band korn and you couldn't think they had anything in common by looking at them. they do. michael w. smith and brian welsh. hell of a competitor are here tonight. we will have a great time. [ applause ] this week, two stories have dominated the news. one is the crisis in libya where it its maniacal leader moammar qadaffi who dresses like lady gaga and rants like charlie sheen has taken to shooting his own people. and the other is wisconsin where democratic senators had rather run than fight. they left the battlefield for the bed and breakfast. i willle r
studios in new york city. this week, president obama ordered his justice department to stop defending the federal law that bans recognition of same sex marriage across state lines. how is that going over with two of the biggest constituencies that got him elected? we are going to find out. and also, have you heard about the muslim brotherhood being involved in the middle east uprisings? but, is this group also infiltrating the united states? and one is a grammy winning christian contemporary and gospel music star, the other a hard rocker and former guitarist for the metal band corn and you wouldn't think they have anything in common looking at them, but they do. michael w smith and brian welch ahead, they are he' here tonight and we're going to have a great time. [applaus [applause] >> and this week, two stories have dominated the news. one is the crisis in libya, where its maniacal leader, moammar qaddafi dresses like lady gaga and rants like charlie sheen, and the other is the outgoing scream fest where democratic centers would rather run than fight and leave the battle field. and
and 15 other people in his inner circle to face international travel bans. president obama calling on the leader to leave saying he has lost his legitimacy. you now know the news as fox reports this saturday, february 26, 2011. glad you were along. have a great saturday night. "huckabee" is now. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. >> hello, everybody. welcome. welcome to "h huckabee" from the news studios in new york city. this week, president obama ordered the justice department to stop defending the federal law that bans the recognition of same-sex marriage across state lines. how is that going over with two of the biggest constituencies that got him elected? we will find out. also, have you heard about the muslim brotherhood being involved in the middle east uprisings? is this group also infiltrating the united states. and one is a drammy winning christian contemporary and gospel music star. the other a hard rocker. and former guitarist for the metal band korn and you couldn't think they had anything in common by looking at them. they do. michael w. smith and brian
else. listen to president obama, when he talks about investment. >> president barack obama: an investment that will strengthen our security, protect our planet and create countless jobs for our people and every business can write off the full cost of new investments and we'll make sure it is fully paid for. attract private investment, reduce barriers to growth. and investment. all these investments, we can make the investments we need to win the future. >> investment. okay. let me explain that. some time ago i took my own money and bought stock in apple computers and it was my money and if apple continues to do well and i get a profit, i get the increase. but, if apple mismanages what people like me and others give them and people quit buying ipads and iphones, then i lose. now that is the dynamics of an investment. but, what if i took your money, against your will, and then i spent it? that is not an investment. by most definitions it would be theft but government has a legal authority to exact money from you even when you don't like it or agree with it and that is called
to president obama when he talks about investment. >> an investment that will protect our security and every business can write off the full cost of new investments. we'll make sure that it's fully paid for, attract private investors. reduce barriers to growth and investments. all of these investments. we can make the investments we need to win the future. >> mike: and that's it, let me explain this. some time ago i took some of my own money and i bought sm stock in apple computers, it was my money and if apple continues to do well and i get a profit. guess what i get the increase, but if apple mismanages what people like me and others give them and people quit buying i-pads ap iphones and mac books then i lose. now, that's the dynamics of an investment. what if i took your money against your will and then i spent it? that's not an investment. i'm tempted to say by most definitions it's theft, but government has the legal authority to exact money from you, even if you don't like it or agree with it, it's called a tax. when they spend it it's not an investment unless you get the return. with
for the people of israel. early on saturday, president obama called several foreign leaders to discuss the situation in egypt and stressed the importance of a peaceful and immediate transition to a new government in egypt and we're going to go to cairo for the latest on the ground. governor, what's left of the mubarak regime makes concessions and they talked about freedom of speech and also talked about term limits. meantime, the demonstrators on the street won't give up an inch. the only concession in which they're interested is the ouster of hosni mubarak. they get treated by doctors on the street and stay there to keep up the pressure on the old guard. >> and anyone going to fix this and we're going to clean the wound. >> so he was hit with a rock. >> yes. >> and you've seen of course many, many injuries like this. >> we had the shotgun-- and like seven a.m. last thursday, government shooting randomly at people with regular uniforms, don't recognize them. and krils. >> what did you do for someone here. it's kind of dirty and it's not a proper medical office. what can you do to help
that -- what it's going to mean for people of israel. earlier on saturday president obama called several foreign leaders to discuss the situation in egypt. he discussed the importance of a peaceful and immediate transition to a new government in egypt. go to cairo now for the latest on the ground. >> governor huckabee, there has been a remarkable shakeup in the old guard of egyptian politics as a result of all these demonstrations. president hosni mubarak has accepted the resignations of six members of the steering committee of the ruling national democratic party. this is the old guard of egyptian politics, the puppeteers, very powerful and unpopular figures in the egyptian political scene. among those names is gamal mubarak, the son of hosni mubarak. long been assumed to be the successor of hosni mubarak. is he now out of the picture. the man who will put the steering party back together is -- he had long been marginalized of the party. amounts to a significant shakeup. not significant enough to satisfy the demands of the demonstrators out of in the square. they said they would settle
within the obama administration that would cause it to see things so differently. >> i think they were embarrassed because half the world was making this point and they were saying, well, how come you're so busy trying to bring down an ally regime and you weren't at all enthusiastic about bringing down an enemy regime? and i mean, he's had an awful lot invested in making a deal with the iranians and he he said even before he came to office that he was going to sit down and talk with they will and then the world would see that a different kind of approach to iran would work. well, that's failed, so, the iranians are holding the usual number of american hostages and threatening us and denouncing us in every day and telling americans on the battle fields of the middle east right now and i think slowly, but surely they're coming around. >> i just returned from israel, you probably are aware of that. it strikes me that the saudis, the jordanians, the egyptians for that matter. the emirates, none of them are afraid of israel, but terrified of what the iranians may be able to do if they were
. help me to understand what growing-up process, maturing process or revelation happened within the obama administration that would cause them to see things differently. >> i think they were embarrassed because half the world was making the point and they said, how come you are busy trying to bring down an allied regime and you weren't that all enthusiastic about bringing down an enemy regime and heels a lot invested in making a deal with the iranians and he said he'd sit down and talk to him and the world would see a different kind of approach to iran would work and that has failed and the iranians are holding the usual number of american hostages, and threatening us and denouncing us in every way and killing americans on all the battlefields of the middle east, right now and i think slowly but surely are coming around to recollections this. >> michael, i just returned from israel and you probably are aware of that. it strikes me that the saudis josh jordanians and the united arab emirates, are not afraid of israel but are terrified of what the iranians may do, especially if they are abl
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